Aloha Kākou –
Welcome to the Mālama Learning Center
Mālama Learning Center is a non-profit organization that brings art, science, conservation, and culture together to promote sustainable living throughout Hawai‘i. We are located in West O‘ahu, in the city of Kapolei, offering our services primarily to communities from Waipahu to Wai'anae.
Mālama Learning Center is the result of a shared vision among educators, conservation groups, businesses, and community members to create an innovative learning center in Kapolei to promote healthy, sustainable living in an island environment.
Our programs offer hands-on learning opportunities for youth and adults. Participants gain real-life experience with innovations that integrate culture and tradition with technology and science. By actively engaging area residents in nurturing each other and their environment, we strive to unify West O‘ahu around a shared ethic of caring and conservation.
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Visit us at Jack Johnson’s concerts at the Waikiki Shell
July 29 and 30, 2022 – Visit us at the “Village Green.” If you don’t have tickets to these nearly sold-out concerts, you’re in luck! We are giving away 2 Lawn Tickets for each night thanks to the generosity of the Johnson Ohana Foundation. See here for more information on how you can be the lucky winner!
Ola Nā Kini Second Saturday Community Workdays
We're excited to ramp up for our community workdays in 2022 and are inviting our community to kōkua! Join us as we strive to heal the land, sea, and multitude of life through education and restoration. Workdays will be hosted monthly every second Saturday from 9am-12pm rotating between two sites - Pālehua and Nānākuli Wetland (Zablan's). There is a limit of 25 people max allowed at these workdays. If you're interested in volunteering, please sign up by filling out our Ola Na Kini Community Workday Volunteer Registration Form. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Ola Nā Kini Site Huaka'i - Workdays are modified to adhere to COVID-19 Safety Protocol
Would you like to bring your school, 'ohana, or organization on a huaka'i (field trip) to one of our Ola Nā Kini sites for a service-based learning experience? Join us in our efforts to heal the land, sea, and multitude of life through active engagement and education in Leeward O'ahu! If you're interested in working with us, please fill out our Ola Nā Kini Site Huaka'i Request Form.